Calatrava
Located in the northernmost tip of Tablas Island, Calatrava hosts a few secluded beaches perfect for romantic escapades. Hidden behind limestone cliffs, Lapus-Lapus Beach is picturesque with its rocks looking like solitary islands during high tide. Accessible by boat, its white shore is a perfect mix of sand, shells, and corals, with a lush forest in the background. Found in the pointy limestone rocks of Kabibihan Point, Tinagong Dagat (which translates as "hidden sea") is a hidden salt lake connected to the sea through underground channels. In Calatrava's small town proper you'll also find a humble Municipal Park and Museum, which displays murals, photos, and dioramas of the town's history.
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